Hawthorn class have kept up the fantastic attitude this week, pouring a lot of energy into their learning. They have mostly been busy...
drafting persuasive letters from the point of view of an endangered animal
discussing different historical sources and what they tell us about Celtic Queen Boudica... which sources can we really trust and why?
rounding numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000 in Maths - Year 4s are picking it up quickly and Year 5s have done a great job of consolidating last year's work 🙂
continuing with our Roman battle dance sequence in P.E - some impressive friezes and the whole class worked carefully to move in perfect unison when needed
practising French numbers and months which will help us translate dates, including our birthdays!
Lots of children have already completed their homework researching the Roman names for different towns/cities/countries. Remember to bring this in on Monday and any particularly artistic pieces will be displayed on the classroom wall!